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Tuesday, 31 July 2012 09:52

Samsung working on 11.8-inch Retina-class tablet

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Shows up in court documents


Court documents seen at the Apple v. Samsung trial showed a rather interesting Samsung tablet that is currently known only under its "P10" codename. Paired up with a 2560x1600 screen, the P10 might be a Samsung response to the Retina-class device.

A high-resolution Samsung tablet has been mentioned for quite some time and really does not come as a surprise considering that Samsung is one of the major players on the display market. Unfortunately, other than the WQXGA 2560x1600 resolution screen, the rest of the specifications are still unknown. It is also unclear whether the tablet is a concept or an actual product.

However, the leaked document refers to the P10 as a 2012 product and Samsung has a scheduled event in mid-August that could be a place for the unveiling.

More here. (via TheVerge.com)


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